I've never used an AA soap before. I've only used kojic papaya type soaps, black soap, dead sea salt soap.. just exfoliation & assist with fading. There was a time I did use a gluta type soap for about a month, it was more of a gentle exfoliator though.Have you seen any of the AA soaps around? I was reading reviews and the AA soaps on the market really seem to work very well. The thing is how?
isnt AA supposed to sit on the skin? How does applying it for a minute then washing it off give you those affects? Interesting..
I was thinking of using it as a soap, its just much easier and convenient for me.
There is this AA lotion I found some African women using it, she said it didnt make her skin much lighter (but shes quite dark to begin with, probalby hasnt given it enough time) but
it gave her beautiful even skin tone and made her skin incredibly glowy.
Heres the link: Alpha Arbutin Collagen Whitening Lotion 500MLS* | eBay
I agree, I would've believed that any soap with active ingredients would have to sit in on the skin long enough in order for it to have ample time to work it's magic. For lighteners, I'd personally rather go for topicals that wouldn't have to be rinsed off.
Thanks for the link 👍 .